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OUTSIGHT: Come see FREE Butoh in NY Community Gardens

OUTSIGHT: Come see FREE Butoh in NY Community Gardens

Company:

LEIMAY

Location:

The Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Garden, Lower East Side, Manhattan (174 Suffolk Street)

Dates:

Sunday, April 15, 2018 - 2:00pm
Sunday, April 29, 2018 - 2:00pm

Tickets:

http://leimaymain.cavearts.org/

Company:
LEIMAY

Dear Friend of LEIMAY,

As the season changes, LEIMAY is venturing outside! Check out our new performance series, OUTSIGHT.

OUTSIGHT is a new performance series presented by LEIMAY in association with the New York Restoration Project. It features free public performances by international and local dance artists set within one of NYRP’s community gardens.

This year's OUTSIGHT will take place in a garden on the Lower East Side. Performance dates are Sundays April 15 and April 29: presenting works by NY artists Zach Fuller and Emily Smith, as well as, Swedish butoh-dancer SU-EN.

And don't forget to get involved with the current LUDUS opportunities!



Introducing OUTSIGHT 2018 Artists
 

Twisted from Constantly Watching Doves
Butoh Dancer Zack Fuller & Dancer Emily Smith

Sunday, April 15th at 2 pm
The Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Garden
Lower East Side, Manhattan (174 Suffolk Street)

This is a FREE and public performance

A work inspired by imagery from fairy tales collected by Franz Xaver Von Schönwerth and the childhood and daily life experiences of the artists.

To find out more, visit our website.

Photo by Joe Hepsworth


IKI – garden
Butoh Dancer SU-EN


Sunday, April 29th at 2 pm
The Dorothy Strelsin Memorial Garden
Lower East Side, Manhattan (174 Suffolk Street)

This is a FREE and public performance

A site-specific, outdoor, garden version of a work-in-progress for SU-EN´s new solo premiering in September in Sweden.

To find out more, visit our website.

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